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Sports & Recreation

  • A Five-man crew of football officials poses prior to a high school game in southwest Idaho.
    Courtesy: John Cannon
    Many high school and youth sports leagues had to pause during the pandemic. Some states squished multiple sports into a single season — creating a crunch for finding enough referees. While Idaho was able to keep sports in their usual seasons, a shortage of game officials looms in the Gem State, too.
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    Ridge to Rivers
    Idaho Matters learns about a new trail schedule that's going into effect this week in the Boise Foothills. Demand on the trails has gone up dramatically each year since 2012 thanks to growth in the Treasure Valley and COVID-19.